As agilists, we understand that quality needs to built in from the beginning, rather than the traditional focus of quality being a checklist or a review on the way out the door.
The shortage of qualified job applicants in STEM related fields continues. A study from the New American Economy last year showed that there were more than 12 STEM jobs posted for every available STEM worker...
As federal agencies have moved into agile development, there have also been changes in procurement to move to faster and more effective methods, like video, technical demo, and orals.
What began as the third shutdown of the Federal government in 2018 became the first shutdown for the New Year. The partial government shutdown began just before Christmas. While several meetings have occured between congress and the White House, the President has stood firm with demands for $5 billion to build a proposed border wall.
"... this very fast-growing technology company... is certain to have turned some heads this week as they add this established DHS leader who has a track record of driving enterprise IT modernization efforts."
Sevatec announced that Troy Holmes has joined the company’s Innovations Team to lead next generation technology solutions in advanced analytics, artificial intelligence/machine learning, and DevSecOps transformations.
For the third year in a row, Sevatec was honored by the Washington Business Journal with a Corporate Philanthropy Award in each of the categories of Financial Giving and Volunteer Hours.
Agile started in the software world, but it definitely hasn't stayed there! Agile practices are now used in many businesses and across different company functions to improve responsiveness. But what about your personal life? Do you use agile practices to improve your personal life?
The D.C. metropolitan area added 51,500 jobs in the one-year period that ended in June 2018. This 1.6% growth rate exceeded the nation as a whole. Growth came from federal contractors, according to an analysis by the Stephen S. Fuller Institute at George Mason.